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yeP!yeP! Live at Iron Horse on 1996-12-13 (December 13, 1996)

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Collection: yeP
Band/Artist: yeP!
Date: December 13, 1996 (check for other copies)
Venue: Iron Horse
Location: Northampton, MA

Source: unknown
Lineage: Tascam DA-20 > hardware resampler > M-Audio Audiophile USB > Cool Edit Pro > CDWave
Taped by: unknown
Transferred by: Drew Marold
Keywords: Live concert


Description

Disc 1

01) Flyers victory intro
02) Son Rise
03) British soundcheck -> Mountain Road
04) Watching the Detectives
05) Shot at the Charts -> Saturn -> Charts
06) Untied We Stand
07) Mutha Funk in Soul
08) Principles & Practices

Disc 2

09) Libido
10) toying with the crowd
11) Seems to Me ->
12) GalleryWHN -> jam -> Gallery

Encore:

13) Nasty Fred

Notes

Show will fit on one 80 minute cd if you leave off the encore.

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Son Rise 29.1 MB
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British soundcheck -> Mountain Road 13.0 MB
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Watching the Detectives 14.8 MB
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Shot at the Charts -> Haunted House interlude -> Charts 20.7 MB
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Untied We Stand 15.6 MB
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Mutha Funk in Soul 18.8 MB
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Principles & Practices 8.5 MB
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Reviewer: mattynabib - 4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars4.00 out of 5 stars - August 13, 2013
Subject: Wow - I forgot this show... big fun!
This one was a surprise, containing the very first ever Untied We Stand, as well as some very surprising solos and musical references. And for the record, the lyrics to Untied We Stand:

Untied We Stand: A dyslexic anthem
Music and Lyrics: Ecnerual

Verse1:
When I was a little boy, I learned my C - B - As
But my dyslexic tendencies upset my schoolin' days.
Schoolyard games were nightmares, rather than a boyhood dream;
I could always get the ball, but I'd score on my own team.

Verse2:
With difficulty I suffered another backwards day in school
Tongue twisters and spelling sucked – but palindromes were cool.
My problems were not social and I was not a friendless slob;
I started the dyslexic's club, with Anna, Otto and Bob.

Chorus:
Divided we stand; and untied we fall.
Just because I see things different doesn't mean I'm not on the ball.
I'll just play my music with my mixed-up cornball band,
'Coz divided we fall; and untied we stand.

Verse3:
When College came I found myself a-drinkin' all the time
'Coz the yearbook and newspaper staff done forced me to resign.
The package store had beers galore, but the labels were greek to me;
So I just drove home – in reverse – and smoked some Earl Grey tea.

Verse4:
Every morning I get up on the wrong side of the bed.
When I listen to the Beatles, all I hear is "Paul is dead."
I still put my trousers on just one leg at a time,
But with "Levi's" written on my crotch and the fly on my behind.

Verse5:
Dyslexics, we are not alone, they hear our mixed up pleas;
And we all have bright futures, reading Hebrew and Japanese.
Politicians are worse off than us, their backwards thoughts are most absurd
If you're a jumbled forward thinker, help me out and sing these words. (E B A B)


Altered chorus:
Divided we stand; and untied we fall.
Just because I see things different doesn't mean I'm not on the ball.
You know I'm not dyslexic, but I play one on VT (just voice and guitar)
But dyslexics see the world alright, and that's just fine by me,
Fine by me....

Final chorus:
Divided we stand; and untied we fall.
Just because I see things different doesn't mean I'm not on the ball.
I'll just play my music with my mixed-up cornball band,
'Coz divided we fall;
Divided we fall;
Divided we fall, and untied we stand.